100 percent dedication to your goal in your field of business. Putting any small profit back into your business. Customer's satisfaction when a problem arises.
100% self involvement,to fulfill customers stated need and implied need.
Passion and dedication, to be truly successful you cannot afford to live in delusions. The most important quality is to know there will be hard work and bad results, and be able to identify and correct them diligently without letting them set you back. The only difference between a winner and a loser is the decision to quit.
Ha! This is what my blog post was about today. Although I list a lot of different traits, I personally believe the most important are: disciplined, determined, patient, confident and motivated. Entrepreneurship is wonderful thing but not everyone has what it takes. I love what I do and couldn’t imagine doing anything else.
by lrohner 8 years ago
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by Freegoldman 7 years ago
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by kev8 6 years ago
Hi hubbers, I am looking to get some feedback on an ebook idea I have. I am an entrepreneur and I spend a lot of time reading articles and blog posts from other entrepreneurs about their learnings. I am thinking of collating the best articles I have read all year and writing a book around them(with...
by Uneducated opinio 6 years ago
Anyone know where to look on how to become an entrepreneur?
by mattarney 9 years ago
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